THE MUSLIM LEGAL NETWORK IS A
PROFESSIONAL
ASSOCIATION OF
AUSTRALIAN MUSLIM
LEGAL PRACTITIONERS
AND LAW STUDENTS

 

 

The Muslim Legal Network was founded in 2008 by a group of passionate lawyers and law students who saw the need for a body to address the Australian Muslim community's increasing legal needs.


We offer networking opportunities, mentoring, community legal education workshops, legal referral services, opportunities to assist in law reform submissions and internship and volunteering opportunities.

 

From our blog

  • Annual Ramadan Iftar 2017

    On 16 June 2017, the Muslim Legal Network held its Annual Ramadan Iftar Dinner at the Melbourne Rydges Hotel. The event aimed to bring members of the legal profession together, and mark the breaking of the fast. The event included a diverse range of attendees including the judiciary, barristers, lawyers, academics and law students.

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  • Australian Discrimination Laws

    The Australian Human Rights Commission has published a thorough fact-sheet which summarizes the legislation introduced in Australia, over the past decades, to combat the discrimination and/or harassment of an individual or a peoples.

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  • Ummah Access and Boardroom Links

    Ummah Access and Boardroom Links are two MLN projects designed to improve access to justice for the community and imrpove the network of the MLN and MLN members to enable them to develop themselves and give back even more to the community. Below is a description of what is involved in each of these projects and an explanation of what MLN seeks to achieve.

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FEATURED MEMBER

Idroos

Mohamed Idroos

Mohamed is a franchising and leasing lawyer at Norton Rose Fulbright.
 
He has experience advising clients across a range of leasing, franchising and general commercial matters.
 
Mohamed assists Australian franchise systems with all aspects of leasing and franchise law, including preparation and negotiation of leasing and franchise documentation as well as advising on compliance with various retail leasing legislation and the Franchising Code of Conduct.
 
Mohamed is a dual qualified lawyer in Australia and Sri Lanka, with over 10 years’ commercial litigation experience at the Sri Lankan Bar. As a qualified accountant, he brings a pragmatic and commercial approach to his practice.

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